Submit Debt Online Form
Using this form you can submit your debt online, upload invoices, upload contracts and credit applications. Our easy to use online form is designed to enable our clients to quickly and easily upload your details and submit a debt to be recovered in just a few minutes.
What is a Debtor?
The “Debtor” is the person who owes you the money. A debtor can be a person or a company. It is important to identify the debtor correctly or you may have difficulty recovering the debt.
If you engaged with a person, ensure that you have their name, address and some form of identification (such as a driving licence).
If you engaged with a company, ensure that the ABN or ACN of the business entity has been correctly identified in the contract. It is also good practice, if contracting with a company (XYZ Pty Ltd for example) that you get a director or directors guarantees (a personal guarantee over the debts of the company), and/or a charging clause, and/or security for the debt.
Submit Debt Online Details – What is a Creditor?
You are the creditor. A creditor is a person who is owed the money. A creditor can be a person or a company. If you Submit Debt Online you must ensure that all of the entities are identified correctly. This will ensure that the process can be conducted as smoothly as possible.
An ABN is an Australian Business Number. You can search for an ABN – http://abr.business.gov.au/. An ABN will help to identify the debtor correctly.
An ACN is an Australian Company number. You can search for an ACN – https://asicconnect.asic.gov.au/. An ACN will identify the company when you Submit Debt Online and will help to identify if their are any potential problems, such as the company in administration, liquidation or been wound-up.